The Assunpink Creek Greenway Trail should be constructed to accommodate walking and biking along Market Street, which will improve access to the Transit Center. A multi-use path between State Street and Stockton Ave will connect Mill Hill Park to the future Assunpink Creek Greenway Park.
Market Street Corridor North – Rider Ave Extension
As the center of the Rush Crossings Homes, Rider Ave should be extended down to State Street, and up to Olden Ave. Note how there are new homes on the south side of Monmouth Street, across from Rider Ave. Continuing Rider Ave on alignment, down to Wall Street and the gateway roundabout, would connect this new development more directly with the Transit Center. Continuing northward, this roadway could serve a new residential community adjacent to the Assunpink Greenway Park. The road would travel through the western edge of the Lincoln Supply parcel, connect to Amtico Square at Perrine Ave, and cross Oak Street, forming a new residential street, parallel to Taylor Ave. Residential development should be on the north side of the street, to allow for park development in the Assunpink floodplain.